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The Pop Years: 1974-1975. Crimson Productions’ Pop Years: 1974-1975 is a budget-priced two-disc, 40-track collection of . radio hits from the aforementioned time period. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Features Song Lyrics for The Rubettes's Rolling Back the Years 1974-1975 album. The Rubettes - Rolling Back The Years 1974-1975 Album. Artist: The Rubettes. Send "The Rubettes" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Rolling Back The Years 1974-1975.
The UK Albums Chart is a record chart based on weekly album sales in the United Kingdom; during the 1970s, a total of 148 albums reached number one. In October 1971, Imagine by John Lennon and The Plastic Ono Band became the 100th album to top the UK chart; seven years later, Nightflight to Venus by Boney M. became the 200th album to do so. Five artists spent 20 weeks or more at number one on the albums chart during the 1970s.
A list of Rolling Stone's best music of 1975. See which albums are sitting at the top of this year's charts.
Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends. Austria 2 - Sep 1974 (3 months), Billboard 4 - Sep 1974 (24 weeks) (5 weeks in top 10), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Sep 1974), UK 6 - Aug 1974 (5 weeks), US 70s 6 - Oct 1974 (1 month), Norway 16 - Sep 1974 (5 weeks), Italy 31 of 1974, US BB.
The 1975 is the eponymous debut studio album by English rock band The 1975. It was released on 2 September 2013 through Dirty Hit and Polydor. It was recorded with Arctic Monkeys collaborator Mike Crossey. Between Autumn 2012 and Spring 2013, during which time the album was recorded, the band released four EPs. They toured to support and build momentum for the album, including numerous gigs and special appearances with other artists.
The Pop Years: 1974-1975. Release group by Various Artists. The Pop Years: 1974-1975. GB. Crimson Productions.
This month, the 1975 scored their first Number One album with the unabashedly ambitious I Like it When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It. It wasn’t easy: the band spent three years touring nonstop while frontman Matt Healy coped with depression, fractured relationships and drug issues. He sings about it all, backed by synths and Eighties pop-funk grooves. The band didn’t hold back while spending time with Rolling Stone for a recent profile. Here are some of the big takeaways
|1||–The Peppers||Pepper Box|
|2||–Neil Sedaka||Laughter In The Rain|
|3||–Disco Tex And The Sexo-Lettes*||Get Dancing|
|4||–The Rubettes||Sugar Baby Love|
|5||–Electric Light Orchestra (ELO)*||Can't Get You Out Of My Head|
|6||–Gary Glitter||I Love You Love Me Love|
|7||–George McCrae||Rock Your Baby|
|8||–Paper Lace||Billy Don't Be A Hero|
|9||–Tom Jones & Rita Coolidge||Something 'Bout You Baby I Like|
|10||–The Glitter Band||Angel Face|
|11||–Bay City Rollers||Bye Bye Baby|
|13||–Hello||New York Groove|
|14||–KC & The Sunshine Band||That's The Way I Like It|
|16||–Duane Eddy||Play Me Like You Play Your Old Guitar|
|17||–Sailor||A Glass Of Champagne|
|18||–Judy Collins||Send In The Clowns|
|19||–Roger Whittaker||The Last Farewell|
|20||–James Brown||Sex Machine|
Notes"20 Hits From The Screaming Seventies".
"Some of the tracks featured are live concert performances, or re-recordings made by the soloist or by one or more members of the original group".
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